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Wentworth, Michael (1938-2002) Collection, c.1882-2002 (bulk 1962-2002)

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Michael Wentworth (1938-2002) Collection, c.1882-2002 (bulk 1962-2002)

Accession Number: 2007.06

COLLECTION SUMMARY:
TITLE:Michael Wentworth (1938-2002) Collection, c.1882-2002
EXTENT:10 linear feet (21 boxes), 4 oversize portfolios, and 1 flat file
REPOSITORY: Ryerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries,
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603-6110
(312) 443-7292 phone
rbarchives@artic.edu
http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchives.html
ABSTRACT:The collection consists of scholar Michael Wentworth's research materials and writings relating to the work of artist James Jacques Joseph Tissot (1836-1902) as well as some materials relating to other aspects of Wentworth's professional and personal life. The collection also contains three of Tissot's own albums containing photographs of his work.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:Correspondence, holograph papers, typescript papers, printed material, photographs, negatives, and transparencies.
ORIGINATION: Wentworth, Michael
ACQUISITION INFORMATION:This collection was purchased from Ars Libri, Ltd. (Boston, Massachusetts) in 2007.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
MICHAEL JUSTIN WENTWORTH

Michael Justin Wentworth was born on June 15, 1938 in Detroit, Michigan. He purchased his first prints by James Jacques Joseph Tissot in 1957, and he later wrote in his Ph.D. dissertation that "pride of ownership inspired research" on the artist, leading Wentworth to a lifelong interest in Tissot. Wentworth received his BA from the University of Michigan in 1962 and his MFA from the same institution in 1964.

Wentworth contributed to "James Jacques Joseph Tissot, 1836-1902: A Retrospective Exhibition" at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art in 1968. From 1968 to 1969 he was Assistant Director at the Smith College Museum of Art in Northampton, Massachusetts, and from 1971 to 1974 he served as Director of the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

In 1976, Wentworth received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. His dissertation, which was titled James Tissot: A Critical Study of His Life and Work, Together with a Catalogue Raisonné of His Prints, served as the basis for James Tissot: Catalogue Raisonné of His Prints published by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in 1978. The release of the catalogue was accompanied by an exhibition of the same name at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

In 1982, Wentworth purchased three albums of photographs of Tissot's work from Sotheby's. These albums, created by Tissot, represent the only record of some of his works and provided some illustrations for Wentworth's James Tissot published by Oxford University Press in 1984.

Wentworth became curator for paintings and sculptures at the Boston Athenaeum (Boston, Massachusetts) in 1985. In 1998, Wentworth sold his collection of Tissot prints at a Sotheby's auction. He died in Boston, Massachusetts on September 3, 2002.

JAMES JACQUES JOSEPH TISSOT

James Jacques Joseph Tissot was born on October 15, 1836 in Nantes, France. In late 1856 or early 1857, he left Nantes for Paris, where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Louis Lamothe and Jean-Hippolyte Flandrin. He exhibited five of his works before the public at the Salon of 1859. During Tissot's early career, he was fascinated with the Middle Ages and often painted scenes set in this period, including his group of Faust pictures. These paintings were some of his first successful works, and his Faust et Marguerite au jardin was purchased by the government from the 1861 Salon. Tissot was also intrigued by Japanese art, which influenced some of his later work.

During this time Tissot also developed friendships with James McNeill Whistler and Edgar Degas, and by the mid-1860s Tissot was associating both with innovative painters like Whistler, Degas, and Berthe Morisot as well as with more conservative painters like Ernest Meissonier and Ferdinand Heilbuth. During this period, Tissot began shifting his focus from medieval to modern subjects.

Tissot supported the Paris Commune in 1871, and the political difficulties this created for the artist may have prompted his move to London later that year. He had previously exhibited at the Royal Academy in London in 1864, and he quickly established himself as a sought-after painter of high-society. His works primarily focus on women in fashionable clothing, but Tissot was also interested in shipping, and he frequently painted waterfront scenes. Tissot was a prolific print-maker, and he made most of his prints between 1875 and 1885. In 1882, an exhibition of Tissot's works was held at the Dudley Gallery in London, where the photograph albums on which the nineteenth century albums in this collection are likely based were exhibited.

Tissot was a popular figure in London society until around 1875 or 1876, when he met Kathleen Newton, a young divorced woman who had two children. She soon became his mistress and moved into his house in St. John's Wood around 1876, after which they lived in near seclusion from society. She modeled for many of the works Tissot painted during his remaining time in England, a large portion of which feature domestic scenes. She died of tuberculosis on November 9, 1882 at the age of twenty-eight, and Tissot returned to Paris a few days later, on November 14.

In 1885 he exhibited a major series of paintings titled La Femme a Paris. These works depicted Parisian women from a variety of social classes. In 1885 Tissot experienced a spiritual conversion and, after an 1886 trip to the Holy Land, he began focusing almost exclusively on Biblical subjects. He produced a series of 365 paintings depicting the life of Christ which were first exhibited in Paris in 1894 and were later exhibited in New York City. These works brought Tissot his greatest fame and financial success in his lifetime. Tissot then began working on a series of paintings of subjects from the Old Testament, which he never completed. He died at the Chateau de Buillon near Besançon, France on August 8, 1902.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE:
The collection consists of scholar Michael Wentworth's research materials and writings relating to the work of artist James Jacques Joseph Tissot (1836-1902) as well as some materials relating to other aspects of Wentworth's professional and personal life. The research materials primarily consist of printed materials, photographs, and holograph and typescript notes. Writings by Wentworth primarily consist of final printed works. The collection also contains three of Tissot's own albums containing photographs of his work.

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT:
SERIES I: TISSOT RESEARCH MATERIALS. Arranged into the following subseries: Tissot Photograph Albums and Related Material, General Research Material on Tissot, Materials Pertaining to Wentworth's Print Collection, Materials Pertaining to Specific Tissot Paintings and Pastels, Materials Pertaining to Specific Tissot Prints, and Materials Pertaining to Specific Tissot Sculptures and Other Works.

SERIES II: WRITINGS AND LECTURES BY WENTWORTH. Arranged into the following subseries: Published Writings, Unpublished Writings, and Lectures.

SERIES III: CORRESPONDENCE. Arranged into the following subseries: Professional Correspondence and Personal Correspondence.

SERIES IV: EXHIBITION PAPERS. Organized into subseries by exhibition. Subseries are arranged by the date of the exhibition.

SERIES V: BOSTON ATHENAEUM PAPERS. Items in this series arranged chronologically.

SERIES VI: MISCELLANEOUS. Items in this series arranged chronologically.

CONTROLLED ACCESS POINTS:
This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
Tissot, James Jacques Joseph, 1836-1902
Wentworth, Michael

ABBREVIATIONS:
AbbreviationDefinition
BOX.FFBox #, Folder #
c.circa
Flatf.Flatfile
n.d.not dated
OPOversize Portfolio

RELATED MATERIALS IN THE RYERSON AND BURNHAM ARCHIVES, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
James Jacques Joseph Tissot, 1836-1902: A Retrospective Exhibition. Providence, Rhode Island: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1968.
Wentworth, Michael. James Tissot. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984.
Wentworth, Michael. James Tissot: Catalogue Raisonné of his Prints. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1978.

PHYSICAL LOCATION:
The collection is housed in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries' on-site stacks.

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS:
Portions of this collection are restricted; wherever possible, surrogate copies are provided for patron use, as noted in the series listings. The remainder of the collection may be used by qualified readers in the Reading Room of the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at The Art Institute of Chicago. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, patrons are requested to consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/access/access.html

USER RESTRICTIONS:
The Art Institute of Chicago is providing access to the materials in the Libraries' collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of the Art Institute is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to permission from the Art Institute, permission of the copyright owner (if not the Art Institute) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. The Art Institute makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

PREFERRED CITATION:
Michael Wentworth (1938-2002) Collection (c.1882-2002), Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

PROCESSING INFORMATION:
This collection was processed by Valerie Higgins in August and September 2011.

ITEM INVENTORY:
LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES I: TISSOT RESEARCH MATERIALS

TISSOT PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS AND RELATED MATERIAL
ALBUMS
These albums were purchased by Michael Wentworth from Sotheby's in 1982 and contain photographs of Tissot's work that Tissot himself kept as a record of his career. Tissot's original albums were exhibited at the Dudley Gallery (London) in 1882. These may be the original albums exhibited at this gallery or, as Tissot scholar Willard Misfeldt believes, these may be a duplicate set of photographs created from the original albums (The Albums of James Tissot, Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1982). Some of the photographs in these albums are the only records of Tissot works that have been lost.
REST
Album 1: Volume 1, 1857-1871.
Large folio containing black and white photographs and color clippings. Cloth, 3/4 red morocco gilt, the front cover gilt with monogram "JJT" and "Paris de 1857 a 1871." 76 folios with 83 tipped-in albumen photographs and 2 clippings of reproductions of Tissot's works within hand-ruled borders and on hinged board mounts.
c.1882 1
REST
Album 2: Volume 3, 1878-1882 [according to cover and Willard Misfeldt] or 1878-1885 [according to Wentworth].
Large folio. Full crocodile or alligator, the spine gilt with "1878 to 1882." 70 intact folios with 71 tipped-in albumen photographs (1 folding, with linen backing on the extension) on hinged board mounts (some with added passepartout windows hinged to the borders). At least 8 photographs have been removed.
c.1882 1
REST
Album 3: Volume 4, 1882-1902 [according to Willard Misfeldt] or 1886-1897 [according to Wentworth].
Large folio. Full unidentified exotic hide binding (pebbled leather). 47 intact folios with 62 tipped-in albumen photographs on hinged board mounts. At least 4 photographs have been removed.
c.1882 1

RELATED MATERIALS
Box 1
Notebooks with notes on the albums.
One notebook on Album 1, one notebook on Album 2, and two notebooks on Album 3. The notebooks contain one or more pages of notes devoted to each folio in the albums.
n.d. 4
Box 1
Book of blank forms for most of the images from Album 1.
Forms contain black and white images of the works and fields for various facts about the works. None are filled in.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.1a
Miscellaneous notes and other materials on the albums.
Correspondence; typescript notes; photocopied printed material.
n.d. 3


GENERAL RESEARCH MATERIAL ON TISSOT
BIBLICAL PERIOD (1885 TO 1902)
Box.FF 2.1b
Images [Part 1].
Photography by the Brooklyn Museum, the Smithsonian Institution, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of various works. Includes Adoration of the Magi, The Apparition, Les bonds du Jordain, Christ at Bethany in the House of Martha, Jesus engage les apotres a le [reporser?], Jesus Found in the Temple, Le Magnifical, Mater Dolorosa, Road from Gethsemane to the Mount of Ascension, Le sejour en Egypte, and unidentified works.
n.d. 13
Box.FF 2.2
Images [Part 2].
Black and white photographs of various works. Includes Adam and Eve Driven from Paradise, Annunciation, The Ark Passes Over the Jordan, Behold he Standeth Behind Our Wall. . ., Building the Ark, Christ Falls Beneath the Cross, The Egyptians Admire Sarai's Beauty, It is Finished, Jesus Commanding his Disciples to Rest, Jesus Going up Alone into a Mountain to Pray, Jesus Ministered to by the Angels, Jesus Preaching by the Seaside, Joseph Converses with Judah, His Brother, Joseph Dwelleth in Egypt, The Magi on Their Way to Bethlehem, Pharaoh's Daughter Has Moses Brought to Her, The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple, The Sojourn in Egypt, Soul of the Penitent Thief, What Our Saviour Saw from the Cross, and The Woman in Adultery Alone with Jesus.
n.d. 31
Box.FF 2.3
Images [Part 3].
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One color photograph (of unidentified work), one black and white transparency (of L'Apparition médiumnique), seven color slides (of unidentified works), and eight color postcards (of The Ark Passes Over the Jordan, David and Achimelech, Jephthah's Daughter, and Joseph and His Brethren Welcomed by Pharaoh).
n.d. 17
Box.FF 2.4
Images and related research materials.
Photography by the Brooklyn Museum and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs and two color transparencies of various works; correspondence; auction catalog entries; miscellaneous printed material.
03/1970-08/1998, n.d. 31

CITATIONS TO RESOURCES ON TISSOT
Box 21
Notecards with citations to books.
Notecards include the author, title, publisher/date, and pages referencing Tissot; cards are arranged alphabetically by author.
n.d. c.100
Box 21
Notecards with citations to periodicals.
Notecards include the author, title, periodical title, volume/number/date, location/call number, and pages referencing Tissot; cards are arranged alphabetically by author.
n.d. c.50

ENGLISH PERIOD (1871 TO 1882)
Contents of a binder assembled by Wentworth. Arranged in the binder's original order.
Box.FF 2.5
Cover and table of contents.
Binder covers; typescript paper.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 2.6
Graves, Algernon. The Royal Academy Exhibitors, n.d.
Photocopy of article.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.6
Graves, Algernon. A Century of Loan Exhibitions 1813-1912, 1914.
Photocopies of articles.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 2.7
Redford, George. Art Sales: A History of Sales of Pictures and Other Works of Art, 1888.
Photocopy of article.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.8
Reviews in Art Journal on Tissot, 1872-1877.
Photocopies of articles.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 2.9
Comyns-Carr, J. "La Saison d'Art a Londres, II: La 'Grosvenor Gallery'" [Review of Grosvenor Gallery, 1877], 1877.
Photocopy of article.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.10
Reviews in The Illustrated London News and Athenaeum on Tissot, 1872-1937.
Typescript copies of articles.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 2.11
Reviews in the Times (London) on Tissot, incomplete copy, 1864-1879.
Typescript copy and photocopies of holograph copies of articles.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 2.12
Reviews in the Punch and Academy Notes on Tissot, 1873-1875.
Photocopy of holograph copies of articles.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.13
References to Tissot in Berthe Morisot's letters, n.d.
Photocopy of printed letter.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.14
References to Tissot in Edgar Degas's letters, 1873-1876.
Photocopy of printed letters.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.15
Reviews in Graphicon Tissot, 1873.
Typescript copies of letters.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 2.16
Reviews in The Spectator on Tissot, 1872-1881.
Typescript copies of letters.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 2.17
Miscellaneous contemporary reviews and catalogues of Tissot, 1862-1886 and n.d.
Photocopies and typescript copies of articles.
n.d. 8
Box.FF 2.18
Miscellaneous reference material, 1818-1975 and n.d.
Photocopies of articles.
1960-1975, n.d. 10

EXHIBITIONS OF TISSOT WORKS
Materials are related to Tissot exhibitions to which Wentworth does not seem to have contributed. Materials on exhibitions to which Wentworth clearly did contribute can be found in Series IV: Exhibition Papers.
Box.FF 2.19
J. J. Tissot: An Exhibition of Modern Art at Dudley Gallery, London, 1882.
Photocopy of exhibition catalogue.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.20
Exposition des Oeuvres de M. J. J. Tissot Organisée par L'Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, 1883.
Photocopy of exhibition catalogue.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.21
Exposition J. J. Tissot: A Femme a Paris at Galerie Sedelmeyer, Paris, 1885.
Photocopy of exhibition catalogue.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.22
James Tissot (1836-1902): An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Etchings at Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 1955.
Photocopy of exhibition catalogue.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.23
Paintings, Drawings and Etchings by James Tissot (1836-1902) Selected from an Exhibition Arranged by the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield at the Arts Council, 1955.
Photocopy of exhibition catalogue.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.24
James Tissot at the Barbican Art Gallery (London), 1984-1985 [Part 1].
Correspondence; printed material regarding the exhibition; Barbican Art Gallery press releases and publications; exhibition checklist.
05/1984-05/1985 19
Flatf. 59.6
James Tissot at the Barbican Art Gallery (London), 1984-1985 [Part 2].
Printed material regarding the exhibition.
11/1984 1
Flatf. 59.6
James Tissot at the Barbican Art Gallery (London), 1984-1985 [Part 3].
Exhibition posters.
c.11/1984 2
Box.FF 2.25
Selections from Tissot's "The Life of Christ" at the Brooklyn Museum, 1989-1990.
Exhibition checklist.
c.1989 1
Box.FF 2.26
Elegant Lives: European and American Art, 1875-1910 at Hirschl & Adler Galleries (New York City), 1991 [included work by Tissot and others].
Exhibition promotional pamphlet.
c.1991 1
Box.FF 2.27
The Small Picture Show: Oil Paintings from 1750 to 1950 at Spink (London), 1996 [included one work by Tissot].
Exhibition catalogue.
c.04/1996 1
Box.FF 2.28
James Tissot: Victorian Life, Modern Love at the British Art Center (New Haven, Connecticut), 1999.
Correspondence; printed material regarding the exhibition.
01/1999-09/1999, n.d. 10
Box.FF 2.29
Miscellaneous exhibitions, mostly of prints.
Exhibition catalogues and checklist; photocopy of exhibition-related symposium brochure.
1955-1996, n.d. 7

MISFELDT, W. E. JAMES JACQUES JOSEPH TISSOT: A BIO-CRITICAL STUDY. PH.D. DISSERTATION FOR WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS, 1971.
Box 20
Print-on-demand copy of dissertation.
Contains extensive holograph annotations by Wentworth.
c.1971 1

PORTRAITS OF TISSOT
Box.FF 3.1
Photographs of Tissot and related material and images.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, John R. Freeman (London), Ron Vickers (Toronto), and unidentified photographer(s). Nine black and white photographs of Tissot (including one of Tissot with Kathleen Newton and two children); one black and white photograph of a room [Tissot's studio?]; one black and white photograph of an unidentified man [Tissot?] and horse; one black and white negative of Tissot; correspondence.
05/1998, n.d. 13
Box.FF 3.2
Paintings of Tissot (including self-portraits) and related material.
Photography by Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) and unidentified photographer(s). Six black and white photographs (of Self-Portrait of the Artist as a Monk by Tissot, Mrs. Tissot, the Artist's Mother in an Interior by Tissot, and Jacques Joseph Tissot by Degas); one color photograph (of Self-Portrait of the Artist as a Monk); one color transparency (of unidentified work); correspondence.
06/1997-09/2000, n.d. 18

PRINTS BY TISSOT
Box.FF 3.3
Printed material on Tissot's prints.
Photocopies of printed material.
c.1977, n.d. 3
Box 21
Notecards on Tissot prints.
Cards contain descriptions of specific impressions of Tissot's prints, including information on their condition and location. Cards are arranged roughly in order of the Béraldi catalogue numbers, but include cards for some prints not in that catalogue.
n.d. c.175
Box.FF 3.4
Items removed from index cards on Tissot prints.
Photography by unknown photographer(s). Nineteen black and white photographs of Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich, various works by Tissot, Lilian Hervey, and unidentified women; holograph and typescript notes.
n.d. 24

SALES OF TISSOT'S WORK
Box.FF 3.5
Material documenting sales of Tissot's work, 1867-1898 and 1970.
Correspondence; holograph and typescript notes; photocopies of auction catalogues and other printed material; miscellaneous printed material.
c.1970, n.d. 19
Box.FF 3.6
Sales and auction catalogues and related material, 1914-1995.
Printed material and photocopies of printed material.
1970-1995, n.d. 19
Box.FF 3.7
Sales and auction catalogues and related material, n.d.
Printed material and photocopies of printed material.
n.d. 14
Box.FF 3.8
Notes and miscellaneous material related to sales and auctions.
Correspondence; holograph and typescript notes; photocopies and tear sheets of miscellaneous printed material.
n.d. 25

SKETCHBOOK BY TISSOT
Box.FF 3.9
Photographs of sketchbook contents and related materials.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Twenty-six black and white photographs of pages from the sketch book; auction catalog entry on the sketch book.
11/1984, n.d. 28

SOCIETY OF FRENCH AQUARELLISTS MATERIAL ON TISSOT
Contents of a binder assembled by Wentworth. Arranged in binder's original order.
Box.FF 3.10
Cover and miscellaneous notes.
Photocopies of portions of the publications and typescript notes.
n.d.
Box.FF 3.11
Society of French Aquarellists publication, 1883.
Photocopy of portion of the publication.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.12
Société d'Aquarellistes Français exposition catalogues, 1883-1886.
Photocopies of portions of the publications.
n.d. 3

TISSOT'S HOME IN LONDON
Box.FF 3.13
Maps of 17 Grove End Road, London area in c.1870 and c.1885.
Black and white photographs.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 3.13
Photographs of 17 Grove End Road, London area?
Photography by Wentworth? Black and white contact sheet.
06/1967-07/1967 1

TISSOT'S SIGNATURE AND STAMP
Box.FF 3.14
Images of the signature and stamp.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs.
n.d. 4

VANITY FAIR ILLUSTRATIONS BY TISSOT
Box.FF 3.15
Illustrations by Tissot, 1869-1871.
Photography by the Barber Institute of Fine Arts (Birmingham, UK) and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs (of Sovereigns, No. 1: Le regime parlementaire and Men of the Day, No. 32: The Novelist of Society by Tissot and Mademoiselle Malo by Degas); correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image (of Mr. Lionel Lawson by Tissot); miscellaneous printed material.
11/1985-07/1990, n.d. 7

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES BY WENTWORTH
Box.FF 3.16
Bibliographic notes and notes on miscellaneous topics.
n.d. 30
Box 20
Notebook labeled "London November 11-18 1984" on inside front cover.
Contains notes on the Barbican Gallery Tissot Exhibition (1984-1985), genealogical charts, miscellaneous notes, and sketches.
c.11/1984 1
Box 20
Notebook (unlabeled).
Contains notes on Renoir, notes on the Maynard Collection, miscellaneous notes, and sketches.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.17
Notes referencing specific Tissot paintings.
Holograph and typescript papers.
n.d. 29
Box.FF 3.18
Notes on general topics.
Holograph and typescript papers.
n.d. 10

MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY SOURCES PERTAINING TO TISSOT
Box.FF 3.19
J. J. Tissot Eaux-Fortes Manière noire Pointes sèches, 1886.
Photocopy of publication.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.20
"L'Atelier de J. James Tissot, Hotel Drouot, 9 et 10 juillet 1903."
Typescript documents.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 3.21
Miscellaneous printed material, 1867-1897.
Photocopies of printed material and typescript copies of sources.
n.d. 28
Box.FF 3.22
Miscellaneous printed material, n.d. [Part 1].
Photocopies of printed material and typescript copies of sources.
n.d. 12
Box.FF 3.23
Miscellaneous printed material, n.d. [Part 2].
Holograph copies of sources and holograph and typescript papers.
n.d. 11

MISCELLANEOUS SECONDARY SOURCES PERTAINING TO TISSOT
Box.FF 4.1
Entries in artists' indexes and dictionaries.
Photocopies of entries.
1977, n.d. 6
Box.FF 4.2
Miscellaneous articles on Tissot and his artwork, 1906-1969.
Printed material and photocopies of printed material.
04/1962-1969, n.d. 9
Box.FF 4.3
Miscellaneous articles on Tissot and his artwork, 1970-1979.
Printed material and photocopies of printed material.
04/1970-04/1979 9
Box.FF 4.4
Miscellaneous articles on Tissot and his artwork, 1980-1985.
Printed material and photocopies and typescript copies of printed material; correspondence.
c.1983-06/1985 11
Box.FF 4.5
Miscellaneous articles on Tissot and his artwork, 1986-1999.
Printed material and photocopies of printed material.
02/1986-05/1999 8
Box.FF 4.6a
Miscellaneous articles on Tissot and his artwork, n.d. [Part 1].
Printed material and photocopies of printed material.
n.d. 9
Flatf. 59.6
Miscellaneous articles on Tissot and his artwork, n.d. [Part 2].
Printed material.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.6b
Miscellaneous articles not directly referencing Tissot, 1931 and n.d.
Photocopies of printed material.
n.d. 2

MISCELLANEOUS WORKS BY OR PROBABLY BY TISSOT
Box.FF 4.7
Paintings attributed to Tissot possibly authenticated by Wentworth but not included in Wentworth's publications.
Photography by Allan Finkelman and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of works; correspondence; tear sheets of auction catalogue entries containing black and white and color images of works. Includes materials pertaining to The Fan, Head of a Woman, After Leonardo, In the Shallows, Mlle Jeanne Tissot à la fênetre, and Waiting.
06/1982-11/1996, n.d. 8
Box.FF 4.8
Paintings attributed to Tissot but not authenticated by Wentworth or included in Wentworth's publications.
Photography by Margalit Studio, O. Vaering for Nasjonalgalleriet (Oslo), Walters Art Gallery, and unidentified photographer(s). Twelve black and white photographs and three color transparencies of various works; correspondence; tear sheets of auction catalogue entries; photocopied miscellaneous printed material. Includes materials pertaining to Chagrin d'Amour, La Conversation du Capitaine, A Covered Courtyard, at Trafalgar Tavern, A Lady in Evening Dress, A Patriarch, Portrait de la Comtesse d'Yanville et de ses enfants, Portrait of a Lady, Portrait of J. Delahunty, M.P., Reading a Newspaper, Shipping at Wharfside, Young Girl in a Park, and unidentified works.
06/1982-10/1992, n.d. 23
Box.FF 4.9
Drawings attributed to Tissot but not authenticated by Wentworth or included in Wentworth's publications.
Photography by John R. Freeman, University of Manchester, William Benton Museum of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Eleven black and white and two color photographs of various works; correspondence; tear sheets of auction catalogue entries containing black and white and color images of various works; miscellaneous printed material. Includes material pertaining to Breton Ballad, Chabrier à 20 ans, étude, A French Soldier at Malmaison, Head of a Woman, Jeune femme assise les bras croisés, A Lady Dressed for an Outing, Madame Eugéne Greig (?), A Monumental Staircase, Portrait of a Man, Portrait of Madame Edouard, Standing Woman with a Muff, and unidentified works.
05/1980-1996, n.d. 22

MISCELLANEOUS WORKS BY OTHER AND UNIDENTIFIED ARTISTS
May include some images used to illustrate Wentworth's published works and some images by Tissot. See "Series II: Writings and Lectures" for images clearly used as illustrations.
Box.FF 4.10
Auction catalogue entries for works by various artists other than Tissot.
02/1970-11/1995, n.d. 6
Box.FF 4.11
Photographs of works by identified artists.
Photography by A. C. L. Brussell, J. N. Bertfield (New York City), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Institute of Chicago, E. Irving Blomstrann for the Wadsworth Athenaeum (Hartford, Connecticut), Brenwasser (New York City) for Charles E. Slatkin Galleries, Barney Burstein (Boston, Massachusetts), Cleveland Museum of Art, Courtauld Institute of Art, Barry Donahue, Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, Massachusetts), Musée du Petit Palais, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City), National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), Newark Public Library, Mike O'Neil for Rose Art Museum (Waltham, Massachusetts), Percy Rainford (New York City) for the Whitney Museum of Art, Ringling Museum of Art (Sarasota, Florida), Rodney Wright-Watson, Paul Rosenberg (New York City), John D. Schiff (New York City) for Paul Drey Gallery, Charles E. Slatkin Galleries (New York City), Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Williamstown, Massachusetts), Herbert P. Vose, and unidentified photographer(s). Thirty-two black and white photographs; correspondence. Includes works by John Absolon, Jean Béraud, Francois Boucher, Felix Henri Bracquemond, Théobald Chartran, Courbet, Edgar Degas, Luke Fildes, Eva Gonzales, Hakusai, Ferdinand Heilbuth, Jean-Antoine Houdon, Henri Leys, Francesco Londonio, Edouard Manet, Reginald Marsh, O'Neil, Pissarro, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Abraham Solomon, Raphael Soyer, Julius L. Steward, Louis-Roland Trinquesse, Rigaud, James MacNeil Whistler, and Thomas Willeboirts.
n.d. 33
Box.FF 4.12a
Photographs of works by unidentified artists.
Photography by A. C. L., Brenwasser (New York City), Barney Burstein, C. Cooper for Christie's, Barry Donahue, Guildhall Library (London), Muldoon Studio (Waltham, Massachusetts), Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), National Gallery, unidentified photographer(s). Twenty-six black and white and two color photographs; printed material.
n.d. 29
Box.FF 4.12b
Negatives and transparencies of works by unidentified artists.
Photography by unknown photographer(s). One black and white negative, eight 4x5 inch color transparencies, and one 8x10 inch color transparency.
n.d. 10

MISCELLANEOUS IMAGES
Box.FF 4.13
Prints of nineteenth century photographs of various people.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs; printed material.
n.d. 3


MATERIALS PERTAINING TO WENTWORTH'S PRINT COLLECTION
A significant portion of Wentworth's collection consisted of works by Tissot.
RECORD BOOKS OF ITEMS IN THE COLLECTION
Box.FF 4.14
Record book 1, 1965-1968 [Part 1].
Book covers.
c.1965 2
Box.FF 4.15
Record book 1, 1965-1968 [Part 2].
Contents of book, c.75 pages.
c.1965-1966 1
Box.FF 4.16
Record book 1, 1965-1968 [Part 3].
Contents of book, c.75 pages.
c.1967-1968 1
Box 20
Record book 2, 1969.
Notebook of 144 pages total, c.75 pages with entries.
c.1969 1
Box.FF 5.1
Record book 3, 1970.
Packet of ten pages, each with entires.
c.1970 1
Box 20
Record book 4, 1971.
Notebook of about 160 pages total, c.42 pages with entries.
c.1971 1
Box 20
Record book 5, 1972.
Notebook of about 160 pages total, c.40 pages with entries.
c.1972 1
Box.FF 5.2
Loose materials removed from record book 1, 1965-1968.
Holograph and typescript notes.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 5.3
Loose materials removed from record book 5, 1972 [Part 1].
Typescript notes; exhibition invitation; photocopied printed material.
1972, n.d. 8
Box.FF 5.4
Loose materials removed from record book 5, 1972 [Part 2].
Black and white photographs of sculptures and other objects.
n.d. 13

LOANS AND PERMISSIONS TO REPRODUCE ITEMS
Box.FF 5.5
Correspondence and receipt.
11/1977-12/1991 4

SALES CORRESPONDENCE, INVOICES, AND RECEIPTS
Box.FF 5.6
Materials documenting Wentworth's print purchases.
Correspondence regarding sales; invoices and receipts for prints; catalogues; holograph notes.
11/1963-12/1976, n.d. 42
Box.FF 5.7
Receipts removed from James Tissot: Catalogue Raisonné of his Prints.
11/1963-11/1978, n.d. 31
Box.FF 5.8
Receipts removed from 1965-1968 record book.
06/1966-11/1968, n.d. 22
Box.FF 5.9
Receipts removed from 1969 and 1972 record books.
02/1970-09/1972, n.d. 9
Box.FF 5.10
Receipts found loose.
09/1987-10/1987, n.d. 3

SOTHEBY'S AUCTION OF THE TISSOT PRINTS IN THE COLLECTION, 1998
Box.FF 5.11
Correspondence with Sotheby's regarding the sale.
Includes letters to and from Wentworth, related enclosures of printed material, and consignment and shipping receipts.
11/1995-12/1999 15
Box.FF 5.12
Proposal for the sale of the Wentworth Collection of Tissot prints.
Includes cover letter, proposal, list of prints, and leaflet on Sotheby's commission rates.
10/1997 5
Box.FF 5.13
Printed material regarding the sale [Part 1].
Includes photocopies and tear sheets of articles from The Times, Print Quarterly, and Sotheby's Preview.
02/1998-04/1998 4
Box.FF 5.14
Printed material regarding the sale [Part 2].
Includes Sotheby's auction catalogue titled Old Master, 19th and 20th Century and Contemporary Prints containing entries on Wentworth's items and related essay.
03/1998 1
Box.FF 5.15
Printed material regarding the sale [Part 3].
Includes issue of Sotheby's Preview containing an article on the auction of the Wentworth prints.
04/1998 1
Box.FF 5.16
Document probably by Wentworth listing Wentworth's Tissot prints.
Includes lists of Tissot's prints as they appear in Wentworth's 1978 catalogue raisonné. Entries for those which Wentworth owns include descriptions and exhibition histories; many of those which he does not own include notes on where existing impressions can be found.
n.d. 1
OP 4
Box originally containing materials prepared by Sotheby's on their proposal for the sale.
n.d. 1


MATERIALS PERTAINING TO SPECIFIC TISSOT PAINTINGS AND PASTELS
Also includes related studies and prints for some works. Materials are arranged alphabetically by the title of the work to which they relate. Images reproduced in Wentworth's 1984 book are listed according to the title he gives them; materials on works which are not reproduced in his book are listed under the title most commonly used in the materials. For the majority of Tissot's Biblical-themed paintings, see "General Research Material on Tissot--Biblical Period" in this series.
Box.FF 6.1
Les Adieux, 1871 [Part 1].
Photography by [Graves Art Gallery (Sheffield)?], Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing a black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 76.
07/1967, n.d. 5
Box.FF 6.2
A la rivière [aka On the River], multiple versions, 1871.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs and one color transparency of multiple versions of this work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 66.
01/1981-10/1990, n.d. 13
Box.FF 6.3
Algernon Moses Marsden [aka Portrait of Algernon Moses Marsden in His Study], 1877.
Photography by Christie's, Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 128.
02/1971-11/1983, n.d. 8
Box.FF 6.4
L'Armoire [aka Woman Standing Before a Mirror], 1867.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; typescript copy of auction catalog entry by Wentworth; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 47.
02/1996-05/1996, n.d. 7
Box.FF 6.5
The Artist, Mrs. Newton, and her Niece, Lilian Hervey, by the Thames at Richmond [aka A Declaration of Love] and related study titled A View of Richmond Bridge, c.1878-1879.
Photography by Christie's. One black and white photograph of the work; two black and white photographs of related studies; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work and the related study. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
05/1981-06/1990, n.d. 13
Box.FF 6.6
At the Break of Day, 1860s.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 6.7
At the Rifle Range and related study, 1869.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work and one black and white photograph of related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 96.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 6.8
Autumn on the Thames (Nuneham Courtney), c.1871-1872.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and two color transparencies of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 93.
08/1984-05/1994, n.d. 11
Box.FF 6.9
Awaiting the Departure [aka Young Man Standing on a Quay, c.1864.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work and one color photograph of the back of the work; correspondence; typescript text of an auction catalog entry on the work by Wentworth; auction catalog entry containing a color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
02/1998-03/1998 7
Box.FF 6.10
Bad News (The Parting) and related study, 1872.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; one color transparency of related study; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of related study; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white and color images of the work and color image of the related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 78.
11/1992-11/1993, n.d. 8
Box.FF 6.11
The Ball on Shipboard and related study, c.1874.
Photography by Sotheby's, the Tate Gallery, and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the related study; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing black and white image of the work and color images of the related study; miscellaneous printed material containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 102.
02/1993-10/1996, n.d. 12
Box.FF 6.12
Le Banc de jardin, 1883.
Photography by Christie's, Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Five black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; typescript draft of auction catalog entry on the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; exhibition invitation containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 168.
08/1983-10/1994, n.d. 14
Box.FF 6.13
Berthe, c.1882-1883.
Photography by Photographie Bulloz (Paris). Three black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 175.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 6.14
Boarding the Yacht, 1873.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 88.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.15
The Bunch of Lilacs, c.1875.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog advertisement and entry containing color images of the work; color postcard of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 107.
11/1975-03/1982, n.d. 4
Box.FF 6.16
The Captain and the Mate related studies, 1873.
Photography by University of Oxford Ashmolean Museum. Black and white photographs of related studies. Wentworth 1984, color plate III and plate 86.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 6.17
The Captain's Daughter and related study, c.1872-1873.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; two black and white photographs of related study; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 81.
04/1990-11/1998, n.d. 17
Box.FF 6.18
Le Cercle de la rue Royale, 1868.
Photography by Ron Vickers. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 39.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.19
Chapeau Rubens [aka The Rubens Hat], c.1872-1875.
Correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1986, n.d. 2
Box.FF 6.20
The Chapple-Gill Family of Lower Lea, Wooton, 1877.
Photography by Photo Studios Limited Fine Art Photography (London). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; description of the work by dealer. Wentworth 1984, plate 127.
02/1979, n.d. 5
Box.FF 6.21
Château de Buillon, 1880s-1890s [after 1888].
Photography by Ron Vickers Ltd. (Toronto) and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; one black and white photograph of a building [possibly Ch#226;teau de Buillon?]; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
08/1967-06/1989, n.d. 3
Box.FF 6.22
La Cheminée [aka The Fireplace], c.1870.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 64.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 6.23
Chichester Fortescue, 1871.
Photography by the University of Oxford Ashmolean Museum. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 73.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.24
Children in an Interior, 1868.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
11/1995, n.d. 5
Box.FF 6.25
Children's Party, c.1881-1882.
Photography by Graves Art Gallery (Sheffield) and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and two color transparencies of the work; typescript drafts of auction catalog entries on the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
11/1993-05/1996, n.d. 11
Box.FF 6.26
Chrysanthemums, 1874-1875.
Photography by Philips Fine Art Auctioneers and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; holograph notes; typescript drafts of auction catalog entry by Wentworth; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white and color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
05/1993-1994, n.d. 23
Box.FF 6.27
Colonel Frederick Augustus Burnaby, c.1870.
Photography by National Portrait Gallery, London and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 71.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 6.28
Le Confessionnal [aka The Confessional], c.1866
Photography by Delbanco Arts, Southampton Art Gallery, Walters Art Gallery, and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 33.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 6.29
La Confidence [aka The Confession], c.1867.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 31.
1983, n.d. 7
Box.FF 6.30
A Convalescent, c.1876.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 113.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 6.31
A Convalescent, c.1878.
Photography by City Art Gallery (Manchester) and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; auction catalog advertisement containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 152.
12/1977-01/1978, n.d. 4
Box.FF 6.32
Croquet and related vase, c.1878.
Photography by the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design, and unidentified photographer(s). Six black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of the related vase; miscellaneous printed material containing a black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 141, plate 142, and plate 143.
07/1989, n.d. 8
Box.FF 6.33
Crossing the Channel, c.1879.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 146.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.34
Dans le Parc [aka Summer Afternoon in the Park], mid 1850s.
Photography by Ali Elai Photographer Camerarts Studio and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and two color transparencies of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
05/1993, n.d. 7
Box.FF 6.35
Dans l'église [aka In Church], c.1865-1869.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
02/1990-10/1997 7
Box.FF 6.36
Un déjeuner, multiple versions, c.1868.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Michael Wentworth?, and Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Five black and white photographs and one color photograph of multiple versions of the work; two color photographs of the back of one version of the work; two color transparencies of one version of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 60.
10/1984-02/1992, n.d. 29
Box.FF 6.37
Déjeuner sur l'herbe, c.1865-1868.
Photography by Art Gallery of Ontario and Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 43.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 6.38
Le Départ de l'enfant prodigue à Venise [aka The Departure of the Prodigal Son to Venice] and related preparatory studies, c.1863.
Photography by John R. Freeman and Co., Bibliothèque Nationale de France, and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work and related preparatory studies; correspondence with photocopies of preparatory studies. Wentworth 1984, plate 16 and plate 17.
10/1998, n.d. 8
Box.FF 7.1
Le Départ du fiancé and related preparatory study, c.1863.
Photography by Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work and related preparatory study and two color transparencies of the preparatory study; correspondence; typescript notes; auction catalog entries containing color images of the preparatory study. Wentworth 1984, plate 13.
04/1985-10/1993, n.d. 12
Box.FF 7.2
Departure Platform, Victoria Station [Version 1], c.1881-1882.
Photography by Christie's, Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
11/1983, n.d. 5
Box.FF 7.3
The Departure Platform, Victoria Station [Version 2], early 1880s.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One color photograph of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color image of the work; miscellaneous photocopied printed material containing black and white image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
03/1999-06/1999 5
Box.FF 7.4
Les Deux Amis, c.1882.
Photography by Museum of Art at Rhode Island School of Design. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 148.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.5
Les Deux Soeurs: portrait, 1863.
Photography by Musée du Louvre and Documentation Photographique de la Réunion des Musées Nationaux. Two black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 29.
03/1966-02/2000, n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.6
The Elopement, 1860s.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; typescript notes. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1989, n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.7
Emigrants, 1873.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia, Stair-Murdock Fine Arts, [Michael Wentworth?], and unidentified photographer(s). Five black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 83.
05/1999, n.d. 11
Box.FF 7.8
En plein soleil, c.1881.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Color transparency of the work; black and white photograph of Kathleen Newton; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, color plate IV.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.9
L'Enlèvement [aka The Abduction, c.1865.
Photography by Photo Studio Madeg. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 21.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.10
L'Escalier [aka The Staircase] and related studies, 1869.
Photography by Art Gallery of Ontario, Alfred J. Wyatt, James Coats Gallery (New York), and Philadelphia Museum of Art. Two black and white photographs of the work and three black and white photographs of related studies; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 52 and plate 53.
05/1993 8
Box.FF 7.11
L'Esthétique (L'étrangére) and related study, c.1883-1885.
Photography by Museum of Art at Rhode Island School of Design, Photographie Brame & Lorenceau, Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of the related study; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; color postcard of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 193.
1984-05/1996, n.d. 10
Box.FF 7.12
Eugène Coppens de Fontenay, 1867.
Photography by A.J. Wyatt of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Two black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing a black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 41.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.13
The Family of the Marquis de Miramon on the Terrace of the Ch#226;teau de Paulhac, 1866.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs, two color photographs, and one black and white negative of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 38.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 7.14
Faust et Marguerite au jardin [aka Faust et Marguerite in the Garden], 1861.
Photography by Dalzell Hatfield Galleries. Two black and white photographs and color transparency of the work; holograph and typescript notes; miscellaneous printed material, some containing black and white images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
1976, n.d. 33
Box.FF 7.15
La Femme à Paris: L'Acrobate, c.1883-1885.
Photography by the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston). Two black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 183.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 7.16
La Femme à Paris: L'Ambitieuse, multiple versions, c.1883-1885.
Photography by Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, New York), Réunion des musées nationaux, and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of multiple versions of the work; color postcards of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 178.
1983, n.d. 6
Box.FF 7.17
La Femme à Paris: Ces dames des chars [aka Women on the Circus Floats], multiple versions, c.1883-1885.
Photography by the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of multiple versions of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 179.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.18
La Femme à Paris: La Demoiselle de magasin and related study, c.1883-1885.
Photography by the Art Gallery of Ontario/Ron Vickers Photographs and Art Museum of the Socialist Republic of Romania. Two black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of the related study; color postcards of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 191.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 7.19
La Femme à Paris: La Demoiselle d'honneur [aka The Bridesmaid] and related study, c.1883-1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; one color transparency of the related study; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 186.
04/1984-06/1984, n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.20
La Femme à Paris: La Demoiselles de province and related study, c.1883-1885.
Photography by [the Boston Athenaeum?] and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one black and white negative of the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 189.
06/2000, n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.21
La Femme à Paris: Les Femmes d'artiste, c.1883-1885.
Photography by the Art Gallery of Ontario and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 187.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 7.22
La Femme à Paris: Les Femmes de sport, c.1883-1885.
Photography by the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston). Black and white photograph of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 188.
1985, n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.23
La Femme à Paris: La Menteuse [aka The Liar], c.1883-1885.
Photography by the Boston Athenaeum and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one black and white negative of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 184.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.24
La Femme à Paris: La Mondaine [aka The Woman of Fashion and related study, c.1883-1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; one black and white photograph of the related study; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 185.
12/1992-02/1993 7
Box.FF 7.25
La Femme à Paris: La Mystérieuse and related study, c.1883-1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; one black and white photograph of related study; typescript notes; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 181.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.26
La Femme à Paris: La Plus Jolie Femme de Paris, c.1883-1885.
Photography by Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art and unidentified photographer(s). Five black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 182.
08/1965, n.d. 6
Box.FF 7.27
La Femme à Paris: Sans dot [aka Without Dowry], c.1883-1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 180.
10/1973-02/1993, n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.28
La Femme à Paris: Le Sphinx, multiple versions, c.1883-1885.
Photography by the Boston Athenaeum and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; one black and white negative of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 190.
02/1993, n.d. 7
Box.FF 7.29
Femme Allongée, mid 1860s.
Photography by Christie's and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing a color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
02/1994-03/1994 8
Box.FF 7.30
The Ferry, c.1879.
Photography by Christie's and Graves Art Gallery (Sheffield). Two black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entry containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984 plate 145.
06/1993, n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.31
A Fête Day at Brighton, c.1875-1878.
Photography by Brenwasser (New York City) and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entry containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 110.
05/1988, n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.32
A French Soldier, c.1870-1871.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984. Wentworth 1978, plate 15b.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.33
French Soldiers, c.1870-1871.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photograph of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984. Wentworth 1978, illustration 15c.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.34
The Gallery of HMS Calcutta (Portsmouth), c.1877.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 124.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 7.35
The Gardener, c.1879.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; errata sheet containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984 plate 139.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.36
A Girl in an Armchair, 1872.
Photography by Art Gallery of Ontario/Ron Vickers and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 99.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.37
Girl Reading [aka Reclining Girl], late 1860s.
Photography by Fogg Art Museum of Harvard University. Black and white photograph of work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.38
Going to Business, c.1879.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia. One black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 151.
1984-02/1990, n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.39
Goodbye, On the Mersey, c.1881.
Photography by O. E. Nelson, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs, one color photograph, and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; typescript draft of auction catalog entry on the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 147.
12/1969-08/1993, n.d. 8
Box.FF 7.40
Le Gôuter [aka The Afternoon Snack], c.1869.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, TK Rose, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs, one color photograph, and one color transparency of the work; holograph notes; auction catalog entries containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 48.
1982-05/1987, n.d. 8
Box.FF 7.41
The Hammock, c.1879-1880.
Photography by Boston Athenaeum? One black and white photograph of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
05/1999-09/1999, n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.42
The Henley Regatta of 1877, 1877.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; two black and white photographs of other [related?] works; one color photograph of the back of the work; one color transparency of the work; five color transparencies of details of the work; correspondence; holograph and typescript notes; printout of auction catalogue entry on the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 136.
04/1981-03/1995, n.d. 19
Box.FF 7.43
Hide and Seek, c.1880-1882.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog advertisement containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 160.
03/1963-10/1976, n.d. 4
Box.FF 7.44
Histoire ennuyeuse, c.1872.
Photography by The Currier Gallery of Art and Schweitzer Gallery. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 80.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.45
Holyday (The Picnic), c.1877.
Photography by Tate Gallery (London) and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 123.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 7.46
How We Read the News of Our Marriage, c.1872.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.1
Hush! c.1875.
Photography by City Art Gallery (Manchester), Graves Art Gallery Sheffield, and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work (one cropped). Wentworth 1984, plate 103.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.2
In the Conservatory (Rivals), c.1875-1878.
Photography by Christie's and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 137.
1981, n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.3
In the Shallows, n.d.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
03/1984 1
Box.FF 8.4
An Interesting Story, c.1872.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color image of work. Wentworth 1984, plate 77.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 8.5
The Japanese Scroll, c.1873-1875.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and two color transparencies of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
12/1984-06/1985, n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.6
Japonais au bain [aka Japanese Woman in a Bath], 1864.
Photography by Musée de Dijon and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 55.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 8.7
Jeune Femme à l'éventail [aka Young Woman with a Fan], c.1870-1871.
Photography by A.C. Cooper for Christie's and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; advertisement for auction catalog containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 65.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.8
Jeune Femme chantant à l'orgue [aka Young Women Singing at the Organ], c.1867.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Richard Green, and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 35.
07/1985-02/1993 10
Box.FF 8.9
Jeune Femme en bateau and related study, c.1870.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work and black and white image of the related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 67.
n.d. 10
Box.FF 8.10
Jeune Femme souffrante [aka Mrs. Newton Resting on a Chaise Longue] and related work Mrs. Newton Asleep in a Conservatory Chair, c.1881-1882.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entry with color image of the related work. Wentworth 1984, plate 171.
05/1987, n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.11
Jeune Femme tenant des objets japonais [aka Young Woman Looking at Japanese Articles], c.1864-1865.
Photography by Brenwasser Photographer of Fine Art, Helga Photo Studio, and Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art. Three black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 56.
10/1966-10/1984 12
Box.FF 8.12
Jeunes Femmes regardant des objets japonais [version 1 of 3] and related studies, 1869.
Photography by [Michael Wentworth?] and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work and two black and white photographs of related studies; typescript notes; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 59.
n.d. 10
Box.FF 8.13
Jeunes Femmes regardant des objets japonais [version 2 of 3] and related studies, 1869.
Photography by [Michael Wentworth?] and unidentified photographer(s). Eight black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work and two black and white photographs of related studies; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, color plate II.
05/1999, n.d. 10
Box.FF 8.14
Jeunes Femmes regardant des objets japonais [version 3 of 3] and related study, c.1869-1870.
Photography by Michael Wentworth, the Tate Gallery, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work and one black and white photograph of related study; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 8.15
Le Journal [aka Liseuse], c.1882-1883.
Photography by Photographie Bulloz (Paris). Three black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 174.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.16
July (Specimen of a Portrait) (Sea-side), c.1878.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Five black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 132.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 8.17
Kathleen Newton in an Armchair, 1878.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; exhibition invitation containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
10/1988, n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.18
Kew Gardens and related study, c.1878-1879.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and two color transparencies of the work; one black and white photograph of related study; correspondence; typescript notes; auction catalog advertisements and entries containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 133.
11/1981-02/1994, n.d. 22
Box.FF 8.19
Lady Mary Craven, n.d.
Photography Courtauld Institute of Art. Black and white photograph of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.20
The Last Evening and related studies, 1873.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; three black and white photographs and one color photograph of related studies; correspondence; miscellaneous printed material containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 84 and plate 85.
03/1999, n.d. 11
Box.FF 8.21
The Letter, c.1878.
Photography by James Coats Gallery (New York City) and the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa). Three black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entry containing black and white image of the work; color postcards of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 114.
05/1963, n.d. 6
Box.FF 8.22
Listening to Music, c.1878.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 134.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.23
London Visitors, c.1874.
Photography by the Milwaukee Art Center and the Toledo Museum of Art (Ohio). Two black and white photographs of the work; invitation to exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery and postcards containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 106.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.24
M. le Capitaine (Gentleman in a Railway Carriage), c.1872.
Photography by the Worchester Art Museum. Black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 72.
10/1965, n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.25
Maidenhead Bridge [study for the background of The Return from the Boating Trip], 1873.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
04/1987-06/1987, n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.26
Maison bombardeé pendant le Siège de Paris, c.1871.
Photography by Hills Harris (Oxford) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 68.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.27
Marguerite à l'église, c.1860.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. One black and white photograph and one color photograph of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 6.
05/1998-06/1998, n.d. 6
Box.FF 8.28
Marguerite à l'église, c.1861.
Photography by National Gallery of Ireland. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 7.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.29
Marguerite à la fontaine [aka Marguerite at the Well], 1861.
Photography by Service de Documentation Photographique de la Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 4.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.30
Marguerite à l'office [aka Marguerite at Mass], c.1861.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 5.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.31
Marguerite au rempart, 1861.
Photography by Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 8.
12/1988-10/1994, n.d. 13
Box.FF 8.32
The Marquise de Miramon, née Thérèse Feuillant (1840-1912), 1866.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs, two color photographs, and one color transparency of the work; typescript article on the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 40.
10/1993, n.d. 9
Box.FF 8.33
Matinée de Printemps, c.1875.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One color transparency of the work; correspondence on a color postcard of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
1990s 2
Box.FF 8.34
Mavourneen [aka Portrait of Mrs. Kathleen Newton], 1877.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 129.
09/1984-05/1995, n.d. 11
Box.FF 8.35
Meditation, 1860.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1985-09/1985, n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.36a
Melancolie, c.1869.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.36b
Miss Sydney Milner-Gibson, c.1872.
Miscellaneous printed material containing black and white images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
03/1989-08/1992 3
Box.FF 8.37
Mlle L.L. . . . (Jeune Femme en veste rouge) [aka Young Woman in a Red Vest] and related preparatory study, 1864.
Photography by Musée du Louvre, Documentation Photographique de la Réunion des Musées Nationaux, and Arts Graphiques de la Cité. Black and white photographs of the work and related preparatory study. Wentworth 1984, plate 26.
03/1966, n.d. 6
Box.FF 8.38
Mlle M.P... A Girl in Black, 1861.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; typescript notes. Wentworth 1984, plate 24.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.39
Mme de Senonnes, copy after Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, before 1856?
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 28.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.40
Mme Newton à l'ombrelle, c.1879.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 140.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.41
A Morning Ride [aka The Convalescent], c.1872.
Photography by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 100.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 8.42
Mrs. Newton with a Child by a Pool, c.1877-1878.
Photography by Schweitzer Gallery (New York). One black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog entry containing a color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing a black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 135.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.43
October (multiple versions, including one etching), c.1877.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of the etching; one color photograph of the work; two color transparencies of the work [one may be of a replica of the work]; correspondence; typescript drafts of auction catalog entries on the work by Wentworth; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work and black and white image of the etching; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 130.
03/1985-02/1995, n.d. 19
Box.FF 8.44
On the Thames, a Heron and related study, c.1871-1872.
Photography by [Michael Wentworth?] and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of the work and related study; one color transparency of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color image of the work and black and white image of the related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 90.
n.d. 7
Box.FF 8.45
Orphan [aka L'Orpheline], c.1879.
Photography by Sydney W. Newbery (Surrey) and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs, two color transparencies, and one black and white transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 138.
02/1993-10/1995, n.d. 15
Box.FF 8.46
The Park [aka Le repose dans un Parc/A Visit to the Park, c.1881-1882.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; typescript draft of auction catalog entry on the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 167.
03/1996-05/1996, n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.47
Partie carrée and related study, c.1870.
Photography by Foto-Henn, Helga Photo Studio, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work and one black and white photograph and color transparency of the related study; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work and the study. Wentworth 1984, plate 61.
1993-05/1996, n.d. 8
Box.FF 8.48
A Passing Storm, c.1876.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 116.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 8.49
Les Patineurs (lac de Longchamp), 1869.
Photography by Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art. Black and white photograph of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.50
Pendant l'office [aka Martin Luther's Doubts], 1860.
Photography by Hamilton Art Gallery. One black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 10.
02/1994, n.d. 4
Box.FF 9.1
The Picnic, c.1881-1882.
Photography by Musee de Dijon? One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 166.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.2
Portrait de femme à l'éventail, c.1885.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1978, plate 24c.
10/1990, n.d. 8
Box.FF 9.3
Portrait de femme (Rêverie), c.1867.
Photography by Photographie Industrielle. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 42.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 9.4
A Portrait (Miss Lloyd), 1876.
Photography by Tate Gallery. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 126.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.5
Portrait of a Young Woman, three-quarter length, seated, wearing a bonnet and shawl, her hands together on her lap, late 1870s.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia and unidentified photographer(s). Six black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
10/1981-12/1984 12
Box.FF 9.6
Portrait of an Actress in Eighteenth Century Dress, c.1883.
Auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; holograph notes. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
02/1995, n.d. 2
Box.FF 9.7
Portrait of Baron Aimé Seillière, 1866.
Photography by Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox. One black and white photograph of the work; miscellaneous printed material, some containing a black and white image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
1992, n.d. 4
Box.FF 9.8
Portrait of Ellen Terry, mid 1860s.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and three color transparencies of the work; correspondence; miscellaneous printed material. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
04/1989-11/1995, n.d. 20
Box.FF 9.9
Portrait of Madame Henriette de Bonnières, before 1900.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
08/1996-10/1996, n.d. 5
Box.FF 9.10
Portrait of Marie-Hèloise Jeanne Ferrè May, 1880s [early 1880s].
Photography by unidentified photographer. One color transparency of the work; correspondence; typescript draft of auction catalog entry on the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
11/1994-05/1996, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.11
Portrait of Miss Anne Wells, c.1871-1872.
Photography by TK Rose and unidentified photographer. Two black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing black and white images of the work; miscellaneous. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
1979-1982, n.d. 8
Box.FF 9.12
Portrait of Mr. Baillie-Cochrane, M.P., "Judicious Amelioration" for Vanity Fair, December 2, 1871.
Photography by Christie's. One color transparency of the work; correspondence. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
09/1995, n.d. 3
Box.FF 9.13
Portrait of Père Bichet, 1889.
Photography by the Musée des Beaux-Arts and unidentified photographer. Two black and white photographs of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 9.14
Portrait of the Artist Henri Martin, c.1865-1870.
Photography by the Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art? One color photograph of the work; correspondence; miscellaneous. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
07/1991-08/1991 5
Box.FF 9.15
Portrait of the Pilgrim [self-portrait], c.1886-1894.
Photography by the Brooklyn Museum and SITES (Washington, D.C.). Three black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 204.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 9.16
Portrait of the Vicomtesse de Montmorand, 1889.
Auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1984-06/1991 2
Box.FF 9.17
Portraits de comédiens, c.1869.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of a work in the series; auction catalog entries containing color and black and white images of works in this series. Wentworth 1984, plate 63; other unillustrated works in the series.
05/1979-12/1998, n.d. 8
Box.FF 9.18
Portsmouth Dockyard [aka Entre les deux mon coeur balance or How Happy I could be with Either], c.1877.
Photography by the Tate Gallery (London). One black and white photograph of the work; one color postcard of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 125.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 9.19
Preparing for the Gala, c.1874-1876. [Alternate version of Still on Top, c.1874-1876.]
Photography by unidentified photographer. One color transparency of the work; correspondence; typescript drafts of auction catalog entry on the work by Wentworth; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
03/1996-05/1996, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.20
Prince Akitake Tokugawa, 1868.
Photography by [Michael Wentworth?] and unidentified photographer. Two black and white photographs and one color photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 54.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 9.21
The Princesse de Broglie, c.1895.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; four color transparencies of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, color plate V.
06/1982-10/1989, n.d. 8
Box.FF 9.22
Le Printemps, c.1865.
Photography by Ali Elai Photographer Camerarts Studio and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and two color transparencies of the work; holograph and typescript notes; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 30.
11/1984, n.d. 15
Box.FF 9.23
The Prodigal Son in Modern Life: The Departure and related study, 1881.
Photography by Claude Mercier. One black and white photograph and two color transparencies of the work; one black and white photograph of related study; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 154.
09/1983-12/1993, n.d. 11
Box.FF 9.24
The Prodigal Son in Modern Life: The Fatted Calf, 1881.
Photography by Photo Madec and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and two color transparencies of the work; correspondence; typescript draft for auction catalog entry on the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 157.
01/1990-05/1996, n.d. 7
Box.FF 9.25
The Prodigal Son in Modern Life: In Foreign Climes, 1881.
Photography by Claude Mercier, Photo Madec, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; one black and white photograph and one color transparency of related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 155.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 9.26
The Prodigal Son in Modern Life: The Return, 1881.
Photography by Claude Mercier, Photo Madec, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Massachusetts), Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; two black and white photographs of print based on the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 156.
11/1983, n.d. 8
Box.FF 9.27
Promenade dans la Neige, 1858.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 1.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.28
Promenade dans la neige [aka A Winter's Walk], c.1880.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of print based on the work; one color transparency of the work; typescript draft of auction catalog entry on the work; auction catalog entry and miscellaneous printed material containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
1996, n.d. 7
Box.FF 9.29
Promenade sur les remparts [aka Promenade on the Ramparts], 1864.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 18.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.30
Quarrelling [aka Querelle d'amoureux], c.1874-1875.
Photography by Sydney W. Newbery (Surrey) and Prudence Cuming Associates (London). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 97.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 9.31
Quiet, c.1880-1881.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1993-11/1993, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.32
Quiet [aka The Artist's Garden], c.1881.
Photography by Art Gallery of Ontario, W. Churcher, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Seven black and white photographs and one color photograph of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 169.
03/1965-06/1991, n.d. 12
Box.FF 9.33
A Quiet Afternoon and related study, c.1879.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; one color photograph of the related study; correspondence. Wentworth 1984, plate 144.
03/1998-07/2001, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.34
Reading a Book, c.1872.
Photography by Christie's. Black and white photograph of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color and black and white images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1983-04/1993, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.35
Reading the News, c.1874.
Photography by Christie's. Two black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; color postcard of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 108.
07/1962-05/1993, n.d. 11
Box.FF 9.36
Le Rencontre de Faust et de Marguerite, 1860.
Photography by Documentation photographique de la Réunion des musées nationaux, N. D. Giraudon, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 2.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 9.37
Le rendez-vous secret, c.1865-1867.
Correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color and black and white images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
1991, n.d. 7
Box.FF 9.38
Le Retour de l'enfant prodigue [aka The Return of the Prodigal Son] and related preparatory studies, 1862 [Part 1].
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, [David Daniels?], Sotheby's, and unidentified photographer(s). Seven black and white photographs of preparatory studies and the work; auction catalog entries containing black and white images of preparatory studies and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 14 and plate 15.
10/1993 12
Flatf. 59.6
Le Retour de l'enfant prodigue [aka The Return of the Prodigal Son] and related preparatory studies, 1862 [Part 2].
Auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 14 and plate 15.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.39
La Retraite dans le jardin des Tuileries [aka The Retreat in the Garden of the Tuileries] and related study, 1867.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, M. Shickman Gallery (New York), and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color photograph of the work and the study; auction catalog entry containing a black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 45 and plate 46.
1982, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.40
Return from the Boating Trip and related study, 1870s [c.1871-1873].
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; one color transparency of related study; correspondence; holograph notes; typescript copy of auction catalog entry on the work by Wentworth; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
03/1989-10/1990, n.d. 9
Box.FF 9.41
Rêverie, 1869.
Photography by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 50.
05/1994, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.42
Rêverie, c.1881.
Photography by Christie's and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color photograph of the work; one black and white photograph of Kathleen Newton [Wentworth 1984, plate 161]; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 162.
06/1983, n.d. 6
Box.FF 9.43
Richmond Bridge, c.1878.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; holograph notes; auction catalog entry containing black and white and color images of the work; invitation to exhibition containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
12/1981-02/1982, n.d. 9
Box.FF 9.44
Rivals, c.1878-1879.
Photography by Boston Athenaeum and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one black and white negative of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 159.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 9.45
The Rubens Hat, c.1875.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1986-08/1986, n.d. 3
Box.FF 9.46
The Ruins (Inner Voices), 1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 196.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.47
Saint Marcel et Saint Olivier and Saint Jacques le Majeur et Saint Bernard, 1859.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the works; correspondence; printed material containing black and white images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
04/1997, n.d. 7
Box.FF 9.48
Self-Portrait, c.1865.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 36.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 10.1
La Soeur aînée (multiple versions), c.1881.
Photography by John R. Freeman, Prudence Cuming Associates, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; black and white photograph of Kathleen Newton and her niece [Wentworth 1984, plate 164]; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 163.
06/1972-08/1992, n.d. 17
Box.FF 10.2
Soirée d'été [aka Summer Party] and related study titled Kathleen Newton Asleep, c.1881.
Photography by Documentation photographique de la Reunion deas musées nationaux and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 170.
03/1986-06/1990, n.d. 16
Box.FF 10.3
The Sojourn in Egypt, c.1886-1894.
Photography by the National Gallery of Ireland. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 199.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.4
Spring (Specimen of a Portrait), 1878.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; correspondence. Wentworth 1984, plate 131.
01/1982, n.d. 4
Box.FF 10.5
Still Life with Shells, c.1860s.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One color photograph and one color transparency of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 10.6
Still on Top, c.1874. [See also later version titled Preparing for the Gala, c.1874-1876.]
Photography by Auckland City Art Gallery (New Zealand) and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph, one color photograph, and two color transparencies of the work (one color transparency shows the work badly damaged after its theft from Aukland Art Gallery); correspondence (regarding the theft of the work); conservation report; publication on the painting and its restoration. Wentworth 1984, plate 109.
08/1998-10/1999, n.d. 15
Box.FF 10.7
Study of Heads after Botticelli's Adoration of the Magi, 1862.
Photography by the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. Black and white photograph of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.8
Study of Regent's Park [aka Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park], c.1878.
Photography by Christie's, Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 153.
03/1982-04/1996, n.d. 8
Box.FF 10.9
Sur la plage [aka On the Beach], c.1864-1866.
Photography by unidentified photographer. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 22.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.10
Sur la Tamise [aka Return from Henley], multiple versions, c.1883.
Photography by the Newark Museum and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color transparency of multiple versions of the work; correspondence; auction catalog advertisements and entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
01/1966-06/1996, n.d. 17
Box.FF 10.11
"The Tale": Mrs Kathleen Newton and her Niece, Lilian Ethel Hervey, in St. John's Wood, c.1878-1879.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; greeting card of a color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
10/1983, n.d. 5
Box.FF 10.12
Tentative d'enlèvement, 1865.
Photography by Elliott Galleries and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence. Wentworth 1984, plate 20.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 10.13
Termes et amours, 1872.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
03/1994-05/1994, n.d. 9
Box.FF 10.14
The Terrace of the Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich and related study, c.1878.
Photography by Richard Green Galleries (London), Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; one black and white photograph of the related study; auction catalog entries containing black and white and color images of the work Wentworth 1984, plate 121.
05/1970-11/1993, n.d. 11
Box.FF 10.15
La Terrasse du Jeu de Paume, c.1867.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entry containing a black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 44.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 10.16
The Thames, 1872.
Photography by Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of reproductions of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 75.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 10.17
The Thames [aka On the Thames], c.1876.
Photography by the Wakefield Art Gallery and Museums and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; color postcard of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 115.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 10.18
Le Thé, 1872.
Photography by Rodney Todd-White and Son and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; typescript notes. Wentworth 1984, plate 79.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 10.19
The Three Crows Inn, Gravesend, c.1873.
Photography by the National Gallery of Ireland. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 82.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.20
Too Early and related study, 1873.
Photography by John R. Freeman & Co and John D. Schiff. One black and white photograph of the work; one black and white photograph of related study; holograph notes; miscellaneous. Wentworth 1984, plate 101.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 10.21
The Triumph of the Will--The Challenge and related study titled A Child Nimrod or A Young Nimrod, c.1876-1877. [Dated c.1882 in 1982 auction catalog.]
Photography by Christie's, John R. Freeman and Company (London), and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color photograph of the work; two black and white photographs of the related study; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work and black and white and color images of the related study. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984. Wentworth 1978, illustration 83a.
10/1982-02/1994, n.d. 9
Box.FF 10.22
A Tryst at a Riverside Café and related study, 1869.
Photography by Sotheby Parke Bernet. One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work and one black and white photograph of related study; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work and black and white image of the related study. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
03/1983-06/1996 10
Box.FF 10.23
The Tryst, Greenwich, c.1872.
Auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
1982 1
Box.FF 10.24
Type of Beauty (Kathleen Newton), c.1880.
Auction catalog entry containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
02/1989 1
Box.FF 10.25
Unaccepted, 1869.
Auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
11/1996, n.d. 3
Box.FF 10.26
Uncle Fred, c.1879-1880.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One color transparency of the work; auction catalog entry containing color image of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
02/1994, n.d. 2
Box.FF 10.27
Une veuve [aka A Window], 1868.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; holograph notes; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 51.
12/1982-02/1983, n.d. 32
Box.FF 10.28
Visit to the Yacht, c.1873.
Photography by Christie's, Graves Art Gallery, and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and two color photographs of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1999-08/2000, n.d. 8
Box.FF 10.29
Visiteurs étrangers au Louvre [aka Foreign Visitors in the Louvre], c.1879-1880.
Photography by Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs, three color transparencies, and two color photograph of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entry containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of work. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1984-06/1999, n.d. 17
Box.FF 10.30
Visiteurs étrangers au Louvre and related study, c.1883-1885.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia, Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Eight black and white photographs, two color transparencies, and two black and white negatives of the work; correspondence; typescript notes; auction catalog entry containing color image of the related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 195.
03/1996-11/2000, n.d. 16
Box.FF 10.31
Visiteurs étrangers au Louvre studies [c.1879-1880 version and c.1883-1885 version], c.1879-1883.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One color transparency of a study; correspondence; holograph notes; auction catalog entries containing color images of studies. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
06/1979-06/200, n.d. 8
Box.FF 10.32
Voie des fleurs, voie des pleurs [aka The Dance of Death], 1860.
Photography by Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design. Two black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 12.
01/1972, n.d. 5
Box.FF 10.33
La Voyageuse (L'étrangère) and related studies, c.1883-1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; two black and white photographs of a related study; auction catalog entry containing a black and white image of a related study. Wentworth 1984, plate 192.
10/1985, n.d. 5
Box.FF 10.34
Waiting at Dockside, c.1881-1882.
Photography by Sotheby's Belgravia. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 149.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.35
Waiting for the Ferry [aka Waiting for the Boat at Greenwich], c.1878.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 118.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.36
Waiting for the Ferry, c.1878.
Photography by John R. Freeman and Co. and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs, one color transparency, and one color slide of the work; one black and white photograph of Tissot, Mrs. Newton, and her children; auction catalog advertisements and entries containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 119.
11/1993, n.d. 11
Box.FF 10.37
Waiting for the Ferry at the Falcon Tavern, c.1874.
Photography by the J. B. Speed Art Museum (Louisville, Kentucky). One black and white photograph of the work; photocopied correspondence; Intermuseum Laboratory treatment record for the work; miscellaneous printed material containing a black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 111.
1983-09/1985, n.d. 6
Box.FF 10.38
Waiting for the Train (Willesden Junction), 1870s [c.1871-1873].
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; correspondence; miscellaneous printed material. Wentworth 1984, plate 98.
12/1991-05/1992, n.d. 8
Box.FF 10.39
The Widower [aka Le veuf], c.1877.
Photography by the Art Gallery of New South Wales and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; typescript draft of auction catalog entry on the work; auction catalog entry containing a color image of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 122.
02/1990-06/1990, n.d. 7
Box.FF 10.40
Woman at a Piano [aka Kathleen Newton at the Piano] and related work titled Girl Seated at a Piano, 1881.
Photography by the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; one black and white photograph of the related work; two black and white photographs of work details; correspondence; holograph notes; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work; miscellaneous printed material. Not illustrated in Wentworth 1984.
12/1984-05/1996, n.d. 25
Box.FF 10.41
Woman with a Gun, c.1895.
Photography by unidentified photographer. One black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 176.
n.d. 1

MATERIALS PERTAINING TO SPECIFIC TISSOT PRINTS
Materials are arranged alphabetically under the title by which they are listed in the concordance in Wentworth's 1978 James Tissot: Catalogue Raisonné of his Prints.
Box.FF 11.1
à la fenêtre [aka By the window], 1875.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Cauvin (Paris), P. J. Gates, Geraldine T. Mancini for Yale University Art Gallery, and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 9.
n.d. 11
Box.FF 11.2
L'ambitieuse (La femme à Paris) [aka Political Woman], multiple versions, 1885.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Cauvin (Paris), and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 77.
n.d. 26
Box.FF 11.3
"An apparition Formed in Full View" from John S. Farmer's 'Twixt Two Worlds, c.1886.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 76c.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 11.4
L'apparition médiumnique [aka The Apparition], 1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 76.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 11.5
Au bord de la mer [aka At the Sea Side], 1880.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 47.
n.d. 15
Box.FF 11.6
L'Auberge des Trois-Corbeaux [aka The Three Crows Inn, Gravesend], multiple versions, 1877.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at University of California (Los Angeles), and Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Massachusetts). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 29.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.7
Le banc de jardin [aka The Garden Bench], 1883.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; typescript notes; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 75.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.8
Berthe, 1883.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 74.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.9
Ces dames des chars (La femme à Paris) [aka The Ladies of the Cars], multiple versions, 1885.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 78.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 11.10
Le chapeau Rubens [aka The Rubens Hat], 1875.
Photography by the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 8.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 11.11
La convalescente [aka The Convalescent], 1875.
Photography by P. J. Gates (London) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 7.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.12
Une convalescente [aka A Convalescent], 1875.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 6.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 11.13
Deuxième frontispice (Assise sur la globe) [aka Second Frontispiece (Sitting on the Globe)], 1875.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 11.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 11.14
Le dimanche matin [aka Sunday Morning], 1883.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris), the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 72.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.15
La dormeuse [aka Sleeping] and related watercolor Woman Asleep, 1876.
Photography by the Ashmolean Museum (Oxford), Bibliothèque Nationale de France, H. Edelstein (Massachusetts), and Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art. Four black and white photographs of the print; three black and white photographs of the watercolor. Wentworth 1978, illustration 17.
n.d. 7
Box.FF 11.16
émigrants, multiple versions, 1880.
Photography by the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 45.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.17
En plein soleil [aka In the Sunlight], 1881.
Photography by the Baltimore Museum of Art and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 54.
n.d. 7
Box.FF 11.18
L'enfant prodigue: le depart [aka The Prodigal Son: The Departure], 1882.
Photography by Photo Studio Madec and Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Massachusetts). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 58.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 11.19
L'enfant prodigue: en pays étranger [aka The Prodigal Son: In Foreign Climes], 1882.
Photography by Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Massachusetts) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 59.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 11.20
L'enfant prodigue: frontispice [aka The Prodigal Son: Frontispiece], 1882.
Photography by Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Massachusetts). Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 57.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.21
L'enfant prodigue: le veau gras [aka The Prodigal Son: The Fatted Calf], 1882.
Photography by Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Massachusetts). Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 61.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.22
Entre les deux mon coeur balance [aka How Happy I Could Be with Either], 1877.
Photography by the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 30.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.23
L'été [aka Summer] and related gouache, 1878.
Photography by Scott Hyde (New York) and unidentified photographer(s). Three black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of the related gouache. Wentworth 1978, illustration 43.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.24
L'éventail [aka The Fan], 1876.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 24.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.25
Femme à la fenêtre [aka Woman at a Window], c.1875.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 14.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.26
La foyer de la Comédie-Française pendant le siège de Paris [aka The Green Room of the Theatre Française (Souvenir of the Siege of Paris)] and related gouache A Military Infirmary, 1877.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Five black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of the related gouache. Wentworth 1978, illustration 27.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.27
La galerie du "Calcutta" (Souvenir d'un bal à bord) [aka The Gallery of H.M.S. Calcutta (Souvenir of a Ball on Shipboard], 1876.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 25.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.28
"Garden Party" d'enfants [aka A Children's Garden Party], multiple versions, 1880.
Photography by the Art Institute of Chicago, Scott Hyde (New York) for Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design (New York), Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Massachusetts), and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 49.
n.d. 8
Box.FF 11.29
Le hamac [aka The Hammock], 1880.
Photography by P. J. Gates (London) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 46.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 11.30
Le joueur d'orgue [aka The Organ Grinder], 1878.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 38.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.31
Le journal [aka The Newspaper], 1883.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 73.
n.d. 16
Box.FF 11.32
Juillet [aka July], c.1878.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 35.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.33
Lettre L, aux chapeaux [aka Letter L, with Hats], c.1885.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 86.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 11.34
Louise, 1861.
Photography by the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 3.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.35
Ludovic Halévy, c.1885.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 85.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.36
Marie Goidet, 1860.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 1.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.37
Le Matin [aka Morning], 1886.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 82.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.38
Matinée de printemps [aka Spring Morning], 1875.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 13.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 11.39
Mavourneen, 1877.
Photography by H. Edelstein and unidentified photographer(s). Five black and white photographs of the work; one print of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 31.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.1
La mystérieuse (La femme à Paris) [aka The Mystery], multiple versions, 1885.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris), the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 80.
n.d. 13
Box.FF 12.2
Octobre [aka October], 1878.
Auction catalog entry containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 33.
1994 1
Box.FF 12.3
L'orpheline [aka Orphan, multiple versions, c.1879.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York). Three black and white photographs of the work; auction catalog entries containing black and white images of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 44.
11/1995, n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.4
Le petit Nemrod [aka A Little Nimrod, 1886.
Photography by Mike O'Neil (Massachusetts). Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 83.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.5
"Phases of Materialisation, no. 3" from John S. Farmer's 'Twixt Two Worlds, c.1886.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 76b.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.6
La plus jolie femme de Paris [aka The Fashionable Beauty], multiple versions, 1885.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 81.
n.d. 21
Box.FF 12.7
Le portique de la Galerie nationale à Londres [aka The Portico of the National Gallery, London] trial proof, 1878.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 40, illustration 40a.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.8
Portrait de Edgar Degas, c.1860-1861.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 5.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.9
Portrait de femme [aka Portrait of a Woman, c.1860-1861.
Photography by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 23; Wentworth 1978, illustration 4.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.10
Portrait de M. B. . . . [aka Portrait of Mrs. B. . .], 1876.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 21.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.11
Portrait de M. N. . . [aka Portrait of Mrs. N. . . or La Frileuse], 1876.
Photography by the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 26.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.12
Le premier homme tué que l'ai vu (Souvenir du siège de Paris) [aka The First Killed I Saw (Souvenir of the Siege of Paris], 1876.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 19.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.13
Un Prêtre [aka A Priest], 1860.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 2.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.14
Printemps [aka Spring], 1878.
Photography by Museum of Fine Arts (Massachusetts) and Witt Library Courtauld Institute of Art (Massachusetts). Six black and white photographs of the work; miscellaneous printed material containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 34.
1978, n.d. 7
Box.FF 12.15
La Promenade [aka The Walk], multiple versions, c.1890-1895.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris), St. Louis Art Museum, and unidentified photographer(s). Fourteen black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of multiple versions of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 88.
1977, n.d. 15
Box.FF 12.16
Promenade dans la neige [aka A Winter's Walk], multiple versions and related painting, 1880.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris) and unidentified photographer(s). Nine black and white photograph of various versions of the work; one black and white photograph of related painting. Wentworth 1978, illustration 48.
n.d. 10
Box.FF 12.17
Querelle d'amoureux [aka Quarrelling], 1876.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work; typescript notes on the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 18.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.18
Ramsgate, 1876.
Photography by the Tate Gallery (London) and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of a related print. Wentworth 1984, plate 117; Wentworth 1978, illustration 22.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.19
Renée Mauperin: Denoisel and Henri Mauperin's Rooms in the rue Taitbout as Boisjorand de Villacourt Enters to Challenge Him to a Duel, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 66.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.20
Renée Mauperin: Denoisel Reading in the Garden, Renée Approaching, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photograph and color transparency of the work; two black and white reference photographs for the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 64.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.21
Renée Mauperin: Henri Mauperin Wounded after the Duel with Boisjorand de Villacourt, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 67.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.22
Renée Mauperin: M. et Mme. Mauperin in Egypt and related painting, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; one black and white photograph of the related painting. Wentworth 1978, illustration 71.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.23
Renée Mauperin: M. Mauperin Sitting in a Public Garden in Paris, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 69.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.24
Renée Mauperin: Renée and Her Father Sitting in the Porch of the Church at Morimond, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University, John R. Freeman (London), and unidentified photographer(s). Two black and white photographs of the work; black and white reference photograph; auction catalog entries containing color images of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 70.
11/1995-02/1999, n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.25
Renée Mauperin: Renée and Reverchon Swimming in the Seine (frontispiece), 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph and one color transparency of the work; correspondence; auction catalog entries containing black and white and color images of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 62.
06/1995-10/1996, n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.26
Renée Mauperin: Renée Fainting After Hearing of Her Brother's Death in the Duel and related painting, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University, Sotheby's Belgravia, and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; three black and white photographs of related painting. Wentworth 1978, illustration 68.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.27
Renée Mauperin: Renée Hugging Her Father as She Comes in to Breakfast, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University. Black and white photograph of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 63.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.28
Renée Mauperin: Renée Sitting at the Piano, Crying, 1882.
Photography by the Art Museum at Princeton University and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 65.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.29
Rêverie [aka Reverie], 1881.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; auction catalog entry containing black and white image of the work; typescript list of auction results. Wentworth 1978, illustration 52.
09/1994, n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.30
Sa première culotte [aka His first Breeches], 1880.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Museum of Art at Rhode Island School of Design, Yale University Art Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts (Massachusetts), and unidentified photographer(s). Eight black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of print from cancelled plate. Wentworth 1978, illustration 51.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 12.31
Sans dot (La femme à Paris) [aka Without Dowry], multiple versions, 1885.
Photography by Benyas-Kaufman (Michigan), Cauvin (Paris), and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 79.
n.d. 17
Box.FF 12.32
La soeur aînée [aka The Elder Sister, multiple versions, 1881.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 53.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.33
Soirée d'été [aka Summer Evening] and related paintings, 1882.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Christie's, Scott Hyde for Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design (New York), Yale University Art Gallery, and unidentified photographer(s). Eight black and white photographs of the work; one black and white photograph of related painting; exhibition invitation containing color image of related painting; auction catalog entries containing black and white and color images of related paintings Wentworth 1978, illustration 56.
06/1983-05/1989, n.d. 15
Box.FF 12.34
Sur l'herbe [aka On the Grass], 1880.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Scott Hyde (New York) for Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design (New York), and Joseph Szaszfai for Yale University Art Gallery. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 50.
1974, n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.35
Sylvian Perier (Souvenir du siège de Paris) [aka Sylvian Perier (Souvenir of the Siege of Paris], 1875.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 16.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.36
La Tamise [aka The Thames], 1876.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris) and unidentified photographer(s). One black and white photograph of the work; three black and white photographs of print from cancelled plate. Wentworth 1978, illustration 20.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.37
Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich, 1878.
Photography by the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, the University of Michigan Museum of Art, and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 36.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.38
Troisième frontispice (Série de dix eaux-fortes) [aka Third Frontispiece (Series of Ten Etchings)], 1876.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 12.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.39
Un vestiaire [aka A Cloakroom], multiple versions, c.1885.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and unidentified photographer(s). Four black and white photographs and one black and white transparency of the work; auction catalog entry containing black and white image of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 87.
03/1998, n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.40
Le veuf [aka The Widower], 1877.
Photography by Cauvin (Paris) and unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 28.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.41
William Eglinton, 1885.
Photography by Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Museum of Art at Rhode Island School of Design. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1978, illustration 84.
n.d. 2

MATERIALS PERTAINING TO SPECIFIC TISSOT SCULPTURES AND OTHER WORKS
Materials are arranged alphabetically by the title of the sculpture to which they relate.
Box.FF 12.42
Children in a Garden quadrilateral vase decorated with figures from Croquet, c. 1878-1882.
Photography by Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Two black and white photographs of the work; color postcard of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 141.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.43
Fortune sculpture, c.1878-1882.
Photography by Musée des Arts Décoratifs and unidentified photographer. Black and white photographs of the work. Wentworth 1984, plate 158.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.44
The Murdered Lady, Child, Hound and Horse illustration from "The Clerk of Rohan" in Ballads and Songs of Brittany, 1865.
Photocopies of miscellaneous printed material, including Ballads and Songs of Brittany, containing black and white images of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth.
1969, n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.45
Unidentified sculpture, n.d.
Photography by unidentified photographer(s). Black and white photographs of the work. Not illustrated in Wentworth.
n.d. 3






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SERIES II: WRITINGS AND LECTURES BY WENTWORTH

PUBLISHED WRITINGS
JAMES TISSOT: CATALOGUE RAISONNé OF HIS PRINTS. MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA: THE MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ARTS, 1978
Box.FF 13.1
Additions and corrections.
Typescript papers.
n.d. 5
Box 16
Copy of the final printed book.
1978 1
Box.FF 13.2
Correspondence.
Letters to and from Wentworth regarding publication of the catalogue and royalties.
03/1977-06/1989, n.d. 17
Box.FF 13.3
Illustrations [Part 1].
Black and white photographs. Includes illustrations 1a,1b, 1c, 1d, 1e, 3a, 5b, 7b, 8b, 8c, 9b, 10a, 10b, 10c, 13a, 13b, 13c, 14a, 14b, 19a, 20d, 20e, 21b, 22b, 22d, and 22e.
n.d. 30
Box.FF 13.4
Illustrations [Part 2].
Black and white photographs. Includes illustrations 22f, 26a, 31d, 31e, 33c, 34a, 34b, 34c, 35c, 35d, 43c, 43d, 43e, 45g, 48g, 48h, 72b, 74b, 76a, 78f, 79e, 80d, 80e, 81b, 81d, 84a, and 84b.
n.d. 34
Box.FF 13.5
James Jacques Joseph Tissot: The Complete Prints (related exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1978) related materials.
List of prints provided by Wentworth for the exhibition; printed material on the exhibition.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 13.6
Reviews and advertisements.
06/1978-1980, n.d. 6
Box.FF 13.7
Unbound book contents, title page to page 150.
c.1978 1
Box.FF 13.8
Unbound book contents, page 151 to 250.
c.1978 1
Box.FF 13.9
Unbound book contents, page 251 to 356.
c.1978 1

JAMES TISSOT. OXFORD: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1984
Box.FF 13.10
Color plate proofs.
n.d. 6
Box 16
Copy of the final printed book.
Box.FF 13.11
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 1].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures, including photocopy of book contract.
08/1977-05/1979 22
Box.FF 13.12
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 2].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures.
02/1980-12/1981 58
Box.FF 13.13
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 3].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures.
01/1982-12/1982 47
Box.FF 13.14
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 4].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures.
01/1983-12/1983 70
Box.FF 13.15
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 5].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures.
01/1984-06/1984 42
Box.FF 13.16
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 6].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures.
07/1984-11/1984 12
Box.FF 14.1
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 7].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures.
01/1985-12/1994 29
Box.FF 14.2
Correspondence with Oxford University Press [Part 8].
Includes letters to and from Oxford University Press and enclosures.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 14.3
Correspondence with Oxford University Press employees regarding personal subjects.
Includes letters to Wentworth.
07/1984-12/1984, n.d. 11
Box.FF 14.4
Correspondence with various individuals and organizations regarding permissions.
Includes letters to and from Wentworth and enclosures.
01/1978-10/1983 34
Box.FF 14.5
Draft revision lists and notes.
n.d. 28
Box.FF 14.6
Drafts with annotations.
n.d. 3
Flatf. 59.6
Dust jacket (proof).
n.d. 1
Flatf. 59.6
Dust jackets (final).
n.d. 2
Box.FF 14.7
Illustrations.
Includes illustrations 11, 19, 25, 27, 30, 34, 49, 57, 58, 62, 87, 91, 92, 94, 95, 104, 133, and 177.
n.d. 18
Box.FF 14.8
Publicity materials for the book.
Includes book jacket text, flyers, and Oxford University Press leaflet and bulletin.
c.1983-1984 8
Box.FF 14.9
Reviews of the book.
Includes printed material and photocopies of printed material.
03/1984-03/1986, n.d. 42
Box.FF 14.10
Signatures of book (unbound), title page to page 74.
c.1984 4
Box.FF 14.11
Signatures of book (unbound), page 75 to 197 and appendices.
c.1984 5
Box.FF 14.12
Signatures of book (unbound), plates 1 to 115.
c.1984 5
Box.FF 14.13
Signatures of book (unbound), plates 116-204.
c.1984 4

ILLUSTRATIONS FOR 1978 AND 1984 BOOKS
Box.FF 16.1
Works by Tissot and others used to illustrate Wentworth's publications [Part 1].
Nineteen black and white 35mm negatives, twenty-nine black and white 4x5 inch negatives, three black and white 5x7 inch negatives, two color 4x5 inch transparancies, two 8x10 color transparancies, and one color transparancy of irregular size.
n.d. 56
Box.FF 16.2
Works by Tissot and others used to illustrate Wentworth's publications [Part 2].
Black and white 8x10 inch negatives.
n.d. 45

ARTICLES AND PAMPHLETS ON TISSOT AND OTHER SUBJECTS
Arranged in chronological order.
Box.FF 14.14a
"James Joseph Jacques Tissot." A Generation of Draughtsmen. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1962.
Copy of the catalogue containing the article with annotations.
1962 1
Box.FF 14.14b
"Fourteen Etchings by J. J. Tissot" pamphlet printed for The Massachusetts Review, 1968.
Copies of the pamphlet.
1968 2
Box.FF 14.15
"Tissot's 'La Dormeuse.'" The Currier Gallery of Art (Manchester, New Hampshire) Bulletin, 1970.
Issues of publication containing article.
1970 2
Box.FF 14.16
"Energized Punctuality: James Tissot's "Gentleman in a Railway Carriage."" Worcester Art Museum Journal, 1979-1980.
Issue of publication containing article.
1979-1980 1
Box.FF 14.17
"J. James Tissot and His Life of Christ" pamphlet published in conjunction with the traveling exhibition The Biblical Paintings of J. James Tissot, c.1982-1984.
Copies of pamphlet. See also: Series I, Tissot Research Materials; Tissot Exhibitions.
1984 2
Box.FF 14.18
"An Earthly Paradise." Sotheby's Preview, 1994.
Tear sheets of periodical's table of contents listing the article. Does not include the text of the article.
1994 1
Box.FF 14.19
Review of Silver in America 1840-1940: A Century of Splendor by Charles L. Venable in American Craft.
Tear sheets of article.
12/1995 1

MISCELLANEOUS AUCTION CATALOGUE ENTRIES ON TISSOT WORKS
Arranged in chronological order. Titles of works are given as they appear in the entries.
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Study for Return from the Boating Trip.
Correspondence, typescript drafts of entry.
03/1989 6
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Dans le parc.
Correspondence, typescript draft of entry, preview of entry.
03/1993 4
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Goodbye, on the Mersey.
Preview of entry.
08/1993 1
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Chrysanthemums.
Magazine containing printed entry, auction catalogue containing printed entry.
c.09/1993-12/1993 2
Flatf. 59.6
Entry on Le Banc de Jardin [Part 1].
Catalogues containing printed entries.
10/1994 2
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Le Banc de Jardin [Part 2].
Tear sheets of printed entry.
10/1994 1
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Admiring a Portfolio.
Photocopy of printed entry.
11/1994 1
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Le Printemps.
Correspondence, typescript draft of entry.
03/1995 9
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Children in an Interior.
Tear sheets of printed entry.
11/1995 1
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Portrait of the Artist Seated on a Garden Bench, Study for Renée Mauperin.
Preview of entry.
11/1995 1
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on L'Escalier nord du Louvre.
Holograph draft of entry, preview of entry.
04/1996 2
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on L'Armoire.
Typescript draft of entry, preview of entry, photocopied entry on Portrait of a Lady with Yellow Gloves.
03/1996-05/1996 2
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Portrait of Marie-Hèloise Jeanne Ferrè May.
Typescript draft of entry, preview of entry.
03/1996-05/1996 2
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on The Hammock.
Correspondence, typescript drafts of entry.
01/1999 4
Box.FF 15.1
Entry on Young Ladies Looking at Japanese Objects.
Preview of entry.
02/1999 1
Box.FF 15.2
Entry on Hide and Seek.
Typescript draft of entry.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 15.2
Entry on July (Sea-Side).
Typescript drafts of entry.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 15.2
Entry on Waiting for the Ferry, Falcon Inn.
Typescript draft of entry.
n.d. 1


UNPUBLISHED WRITINGS
"JAMES TISSOT: A CRITICAL STUDY OF HIS LIFE AND WORK TOGETHER WITH A CATALOGUE RAISONNé OF HIS PRINTS" , 1976
Ph.D. dissertation for the Harvard University Department of Fine Arts.
Box.FF 15.3
Thesis text [Part 1].
Title page, table of contents, preface, list of illustrations, and chapter I (pages i-xxvi, 1-17).
05/1976 5
Box.FF 15.4
Thesis text [Part 2].
Chapter II (pages 18-72).
05/1976 1
Box.FF 15.5
Thesis text [Part 3].
Chapter III (pages 73-140).
05/1976 1
Box.FF 15.6
Thesis text [Part 4].
Chapter IV (pages 141-226).
05/1976 1
Box.FF 15.7
Thesis text [Part 5].
Chapter V (pages 227-263).
05/1976 1
Box.FF 15.8
Thesis text [Part 6].
Chapter VI (pages 264-309).
05/1976 1
Box.FF 15.9
Thesis text [Part 7].
Checklist for a catalogue raisonné of Tissot's prints and bibliography (pages 310-356).
05/1976 2

MISCELLANEOUS UNPUBLISHED WRITINGS AND DRAFTS
Box.FF 15.10
Writings on Tissot.
Includes writings on By the Fireside, Jeune Femme en bateau, The Picnic, Tissot in America, and other subjects.
n.d. 12
Box.FF 15.11
Writings on other art and culture-related subjects.
Includes writings on a sculpture of Augustus; "Kamhy, Emperor of China, and Others;" medievalism in nineteenth century France; "Punch and Judy;" and other subjects.
04/1995, n.d. 4
Box.FF 15.12
Journals and miscellaneous notes.
05/1956-08/1973, n.d. 15
Box.FF 15.13
Poetry and fiction.
n.d. 2


LECTURES
Box.FF 15.14
Lecture on Tissot's prints.
Draft of lecture text and list of slides.
n.d. 2






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SERIES III: CORRESPONDENCE

PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE
Letters and enclosures to and from Wentworth, mostly relating to Wentworth's Tissot studies and writings.
Box.FF 17.1
Concerning authentication of Tissot works, 1970-1987.
Letters to and from Wentworth regarding authentication of Tissot works; black and white and color photographs and color transparencies of some of the works.
03/1970-09/1987 38
Box.FF 17.2
Concerning authentication of Tissot works, 1988-1990.
Letters to and from Wentworth regarding authentication of Tissot works; black and white and color photographs and color transparencies of some of the works.
04/1988-09/1990 36
Box.FF 17.3
Concerning authentication of Tissot works, 1991-2002.
Letters to and from Wentworth regarding authentication of Tissot works; black and white and color photographs and color transparencies of some of the works.
06/1991-02/2002, n.d. 44
Box.FF 17.4
Concerning authentication of Tissot works, miscellaneous.
Material from authentication correspondence folders not linked to any correspondence. Includes black and white and color photographs and color transparencies of various works; printed material.
03/1967, n.d. 20
Box.FF 18.1
General, 1970-1979.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
1970-1979 11
Box.FF 18.2
General, 1980-1981.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
1968, 1980-1981 30
Box.FF 18.3
General, 1982-1985.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
1982-1985 36
Box.FF 18.4
General, 1986-1989.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
1986-1989 65
Box.FF 18.5
General, 1990-1993.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
1990-1994 50
Box.FF 18.6
General, 1994-1996.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
1994-1996 41
Box.FF 18.7
General, 1997-1999.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
1997-1999 27
Box.FF 18.8
General, 2000-2001.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
2000-2001 6
Box.FF 18.9
General, undated.
Letters to and from Wentworth.
n.d. 3

PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE
Letters to and from Wentworth, some tangentially related to Tissot, but most regarding other matters.
Box.FF 18.10
General.
1984-2002, n.d. 50






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SERIES IV: EXHIBITION PAPERS

JAMES JACQUES JOSEPH TISSOT, 1836-1902: A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEUM OF ART OF THE RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN (PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND) AND TORONTO, CANADA, 1968
Box.FF 18.11
Article on the exhibition.
03/1968 1
Box.FF 18.12
Exhibition catalogue.
Print section written by Wentworth.
1968 1
Box.FF 18.13
Exhibition catalogue with notes.
Print section written by Wentworth. Contains extensive holograph annotations by Wentworth and postcard of a Tissot work.
1968 2

J. JAMES TISSOT BIBLICAL PAINTINGS AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM (NEW YORK CITY), 1982
See also: "Series II, Writings and Lectures--Articles and Pamphlets" for a pamphlet related to the exhibition written by Wentworth.
Box.FF 18.14
Articles on the exhibition.
Printed material and photocopies of printed material.
01/1982-06/1982 3
Box.FF 18.14
Brochures from the exhibition.
Mentions a speech given by Wentworth titled "Tissot as a Religious Artist."
1982 3

JĒMUZO TISO [AKA JAMES TISSOT], TRAVELING TISSOT EXHIBITION IN JAPAN, 1988
Box.FF 18.15
Correspondence with Brain Trust, Krystyna Matyjaszkiewicz, and others.
Includes letters to and from Wentworth.
01/1986-09/1988, n.d. 21
Flatf. 59.6
Exhibition posters.
Includes two designs of posters.
c.1988 2

GUSTAVE COURBET RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION AT THE BRIDGESTONE MUSEUM OF ART IN TOKYO AND THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ART IN OSAKA, 1989
Box.FF 18.16
Correspondence with the Bridgestone Museum of Art.
Includes letters to and from Wentworth.
12/1987-07/1989 13

JAMES JACQUES JOSEPH TISSOT, 1836-1902 AT THE SAN DIEGO MUSEUM OF ART, 1990-1991
Box.FF 19.1
Correspondence with International Exhibitions Foundation.
Includes letters to and from the International Exhibitions Foundation and enclosures, including proposed itinerary and fact sheet.
08/1984-03/1987 5
Box.FF 19.2
Correspondence with the San Diego Museum of Art and notes from a meeting.
Includes letters to and from the San Diego Museum of Art and enclosures, including draft of contract.
07/1987-11/1987 24
Box.FF 19.3
Curator contracts with the San Diego Museum of Art.
Drafts.
11/1987, n.d. 2
Box.FF 19.4
Exhibition checklists.
Drafts.
10/1987, n.d. 3
Box.FF 19.5
Facility and Security Questionnaire on the San Diego Museum of Art.
c.1987 1






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SERIES V: BOSTON ATHENAEUM PAPERS
Box.FF 19.6
Issues of Athenaeum Items.
03/1997-10/1997 4
Box.FF 59.6
Temin, Christine. "Athenaeum Show Celebrates Low-Tech Art of the Line." The Boston Globe, May 12, 1999.
Clipping of article.
05/1999 1
Box.FF 19.6
Brochures on the Athenaeum's collections.
n.d. 2






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SERIES VI: MISCELLANEOUS
Box.FF 19.7
Articles unrelated to Tissot.
1964-1989, n.d. 7
Box.FF 19.8
Portion of exhibition catalog for Mary Cassatt Among the Impressionists at Joslyn Art Museum (Omaha, Nebraska).
Tear sheets from catalogue.
05/1969 1
Box.FF 19.9
Genealogical materials on the Wentworth family, 1881 and n.d. [Part 1].
Holograph and typescript notes; photocopied printed material mentioning John Wentworth.
n.d. 3
Flatf. 59.6
Genealogical materials on the Wentworth family, 1881 and n.d. [Part 2].
Holograph genealogical chart.
n.d. 1
Box 21
Page embosser reading "Library of Michael Wentworth MJW" and case.
n.d. 1







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